Radhapandian Arumugam (Radha)
Radha graduated in 2000, and his career has taken him to India, Singapore and finally to Canada. He has gained valuable clinical experience working in private practices and various super specialty hospitals with a diverse range of sporting cultures from social to international clients.
Radha has received training in the use of dry needling and cupping therapy for the treatment of neuromuscular dysfunction and sporting-related injuries. He has found excellent results when combining these skills with manual therapy and exercise to effectively return his patients to their desired level of participation. Clinically, Radha has an interest in all areas of musculoskeletal physiotherapy, pain management exercise rehabilitation and sports physiotherapy. He emphasizes a ‘hands-on’ approach and involves patients in self-management strategies. Radha has also been trained in treating various musculoskeletal problems using various hands-on skills, cupping, shockwave, Laser and dry needling methods and also trained in treating dizziness and balance-related problems.
Whether through managing existing injuries, or preventing future injuries, Radha uses physiotherapy with the aim to empower his patients to take charge of their bodies, and enable their best performance throughout life.
Jahila Javed has been working as a Physiotherapist since 2005. She graduated from JPMC, Karachi Pakistan and worked with patients in all disciplines.
She also specialized in Neuro-Musculoskeletal in 2008 and received a Post Professional DPT degree in 2013. She has been practicing as a Registered Physiotherapist in Ontario since 2019 and has gained further experience working in private practice and community healthcare.
She is dedicated to improving her skills by attending courses and planning to work on certification in Concussion and Vestibular Rehab.
She is a certified Pelvic Floor Therapist and proficient in treating urinary incontinence.
She believes in client-oriented goals and provides one-on-one hands-on Physiotherapy service.
As a continual learner, she also enjoys upgrading her knowledge.
Rushita Patel is an ambitious and passionate therapist who graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Gujarat University, India in 2014. She has a wide breadth of experience working in both the hospital/inpatient and community/outpatient settings. She has worked extensively in orthopedics and post-surgical rehabilitation. Using the latest in clinical knowledge, Rushita works to provide the highest-quality care for her patients to ease pain, improve quality of life, and get the best possible outcomes. She is excited to pursue additional certification in soft tissue release and taping techniques. In her spare time, Rushita enjoys baking, camping and swapping travel stories.
Front Desk/ Physiotherapist Assistant
Helena graduated in 2020, and before moving to Canada, she had experience working as a Physiotherapist in a private Clinic in India. Currently, she is pursuing a post-graduation diploma in Health Care Administration and Service Management from one of the renowned colleges in Ontario. She has treated patients with neurological or musculoskeletal conditions in the past. She has a short experience working as a physiotherapy assistant in one of the long-term care homes in Ontario. Heena enjoys working with patients of all ages and backgrounds but is interested in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and spine conditions.
Front Desk/ Physiotherapist Assistant
Isha graduated in 2017 from the government physiotherapy college, Vadodara, India. Right now she is pursuing a PG diploma course in Healthcare Administration and Service Management at Conestoga College, Kitchener. She has worked as a physiotherapist in India for 4 years. As a physiotherapist, she has examined, diagnosed and treated patients with injuries and medical conditions. Moreover, she has taken up cases belonging to all clinical areas like orthopedic, geriatrics, Traumatic and sports injury.
Thangalatha Radhapandian (Latha)
Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)
Latha graduated in 2020 and since then she has been practicing as a massage therapist in Physio Treats. Before moving to Canada she practiced as an optometrist in various super-specialist eye hospitals back home. Latha has shown interest in treating various musculoskeletal and sports injury problems. Her approach always is result-oriented to move the client to a pain-free life. She has trained in cupping and is currently pursuing a diploma in acupuncture at Ontario college of traditional Chinese medicine. Latha has a strong anatomical background to educate clients to understand their problems effectively. When she has free time, she always spends time with her two kids and enjoys stitching clothes.
Wansuraida Benlate (Wan)
Thai Massage (Non RMT)
Wan is from Thailand. She received her authentic traditional Thai massage training in Thailand in 2006. She had worked as a Thai Massage practitioner in Pattani, a city in southern Thailand, for twelve years before moving to Canada. Later, she got trained at Thai Massage Toronto School, where she was certified to complete 150 hours of Thai and Aromatherapy massage. She is also a member of the Traditional Thai Massage Association of Ontario. She has an excellent understanding of Relaxing Muscles using her unique techniques, Thai Aroma Oil Massage, Foot Reflexology Thai Massage.